The Palestra in ancient Olympia. This was the ancient Greek wrestling school.

Discover Ancient Olympia and the Enchanting Argolida Region in 2 Glorious Days!

Duration: 2 days 1 night



  • Starting Point

    We will pick you up from the port, airport or your hotel and start our tour.

  • Corinth Canal

  • Ancient Corinth

  • Temple of Apollo

  • Lechaion Road

  • The Bema

    This is where St. Paul preached to the Corinthians.

  • Ancient Theater of Epidavros

  • The Sanctuary of Asklepios

  • Nafplio

  • Castle Palamidi

  • Ancient Mycenae

  • Tomb of Agamemnon

  • Lion Gate

  • Cyclopean Walls

  • Town of Lagadia

  • End of DAY 1

    Towards the end of the day we'll reach ancient Olympia where we rest for the night.


  • Ancient Olympia

  • Temple of Ηera

  • Bouleuterion

  • Ancient Stadium

  • Palaestra

  • Workshop of Phidias

  • The Philippeion

  • End of Tour

    Towards the end of the day we'll start heading back to Athens.

Important information about your private tour


  • Tolls
  • Gas
  • Parking Fees
  • Luxury Vehicle
  • Licensed Tour Driver**


  • Entrance Fees
  • Food & Drinks
  • Licensed Tour Guide**
  • Hotel Accommodation
**Please note that all our licensed tour drivers are fully knowledgeable of the history of each monument in your tour's itinerary. However, by law licensed tour drivers are forbidden to enter any archaeological site and conduct tours. Only licensed tour guides are allowed to conduct guided tours on the archaeological site itself. Upon your request, a licensed tour guide can be booked for you at the archaeological site of your choice at an extra cost.


Get ready to channel your inner Odysseus! In just two days, we'll venture from Athens to the heart of the Peloponnese, reliving legendary myths and breathing the same air as ancient philosophers, warriors, and gods. You'll experience the grandiosity of temples, the timeless wisdom enshrined in ancient theaters, and vistas so breathtaking, you'd think Zeus himself designed them. Buckle up!

Day 1: A Pantheon of Sights, from Corinth to Olympia

We wave goodbye to Athens and zip straight to the Corinth Canal, where we pause not just for the spectacular view but for some good old Greek coffee and breakfast to fuel our odyssey. Then, it's off to Ancient Corinth! Picture yourself standing at the vima, the very podium where St. Paul delivered his sermons in 52 BC. Don't forget to soak up the Temple of Apollo and the Roman Baths, all while musing over treasures in the museum.

Next stop: Epidavros! Witness the ancient Theater, the epitome of acoustic perfection, and explore the Temple of Asklepios and its accompanying museum. This is the ancient world’s healing center, where both medicine and drama came together in a curative cocktail.

Now, brace yourself for Nafplion—Greece’s first modern capital and one of its most picturesque cities. We'll toast to our journey with lunch at a top-notch taverna in the old town. Up next? The 350-year-old Palamidi Castle. The view over Nafplio and the Argolic Gulf is so stunning, you’ll want to capture it in a thousand photos!

We drive through an aromatic forest of orange trees before plunging into Mycenae. Here, the air still whispers tales of Agamemnon. Witness the Cyclopean Walls, step under the Lion Gate, and roam around Agamemnon's palace and tomb. A quick visit to Clytemnestra's tomb and the museum wraps up this mythological buffet.

We end our first day with a scenic drive through Lagadia, a village hugged by fir-clad mountains, before settling down for the night in a charming hotel in Ancient Olympia.

Day 2: The Olympian Finale

We kick off day two right where the Olympics originated. We'll sprint through the ancient stadium, admire the grace of Hera's temple, and explore the Palestra and Phidias' workshop. The Roman Baths and two more intriguing museums offer extra layers to this Olympic experience.

As we drive back to Athens, we'll be accompanied by a splendid sunset over the Ionian Sea. You'll arrive home not just refreshed but invigorated, your soul nourished by the Peloponnese's timeless legacy.